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Time. Space. Repeat. is an ever shifting gestalt entity of spirits contained within the glass jar of London... luckily, someone remembered to punch some holes in the lid so that we could breathe.... We have variously been described as "optimistic post-rock", "beautiful", "lovely" and "not my cup of tea".
Currently Time. Space. Repeat. contains:
Sonic James Doom - guitar / bass / vocals / keyboard
The Rev. Sachin Patel - guitar / laptop / vocals
Ania Borsuk - drums
Ken Chu - bass / guitar / vocals
Sophie Scott - violin / vocals
"in all honesty their free to download album available within entitled ’early transmissions’ is as perfect an album as I’ve heard in a long while - okay then at least since those sneak previews of the Shady Bard debut - think glacial widescreen backdrops scored by early career Sigur Ros, mind altering chemically enhanced moving shapes supplied by spacemen 3 / spiritualised and production by the home made pre major label era Earlies" - Mark @ Losing Today
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This audio is part of the collection: Lost Children
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Artist/Composer: Lost Children
Date: 2006-09-26 00:00:00
Keywords: post-rock; electronic; shoegaze
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Subject: Time. Space. Repeat- Early Transmitions
Beautiful album. With "Early Trasnmitions" on I sat on my couch, i flew through the celing and touched the sun, moon and stars. I was separated from a disheartening world and flung into a universe of galaxsies twisting and turning with love and fire.
This Album Kicked My Ass!
Much Love To The World